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St Johns WoodContemporary Staircase, London

Andrew Beesley

Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary wood u-shaped staircase in London with wood risers. —  Houzz
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tracey_dean20Tracey Dean wrote:31 July 2017
  • Daisy England
    4 years ago
    A joiner would make that for you.
kathyfowler1kathyfowler1 wrote:27 November 2016
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    Gregory Phillips Architects
    5 years ago
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    The light corporation, they supplied these lights
sueseksuesek wrote:28 October 2015

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    “Turn off the lights”When you were growing up, it might not even have occurred to you that your parents had to pay for things like electricity, water and gas – if your dad hadn’t told you to turn off the lights around 80 times a day, that is. Which, of course, you never, ever did. Now, as a grown-up, in retrospect you can feel your parents’ pain.Yes, the amount of electricity and bulb life you’re using probably only costs a few pennies each time, but these things add up, and it’s a colossal waste of energy.If you’re the partner or adult who goes to bed first, there’s also nothing more irritating than coming downstairs in the morning to find the whole house lit up like a Christmas tree yet again.Find new lighting ideas in the Houzz Shop

    Sarah Warwick added this to 10 New Staircases That Make an Impact in Period Properties30 August 2017

    Take a biteThe rich chocolatey tones of American black walnut are enhanced by the inset lights on this staircase. Used for steps, posts and handrail, as well as flooring, the timber creates an impression of luxury. Stairs can be lit with strip lights beneath the overhang of each tread or with a series of lights, as here. Do you prefer contemporary or traditional staircases in a period home? Tell us in the Comments section.

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    cebaan added this to Trilith ideas - design appeals27 February 2022

    light stairs instead of pendants or overhead?

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